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Reef Adventures

Reef Adventures

Belize has roughly 386 km of coastline approximately 450 islands dotting the Belize Barrier Reef, which is the largest in the western hemisphere. The islands are known as Cayes pronounce “KEYS” and the most popular ones are Ambergris Caye and Caye Caulker.

The breath-taking scenes will have you amazed and excited to take our island tours and enjoy the fun water activities we have to offer! Try snorkeling at the famous Shark Ray Alley and Coral Gardens sites; you will swim in pristine waters with nurse sharks and sting rays and be dazzled by coral formations teeming with marine life.

Some activities to explore are:

will be the first stop on your snorkeling adventure, this area boasts a wonderfully healthy and diverse population of marine life, including 160 different species of fish.

offers you the rare opportunity to snorkel beside stingrays, nurse shark and turtles.

live the life of a lobster fisherman and head out to sea on a private boat with a guide/captain, snorkel along the colourful reef hunting for lobster and conchs and back to the beach for grilling.

enjoy a fun day out at sea fishing and snorkelling on our beautiful Barrier Reef.

is considered one of the top ten diving destinations in the world, about 60 miles off the mainland Belize City, boasts one of the most fascinating scuba diving experiences on earth.

Other Highlights of the Island and Cayes are:

Nurse Sharks and Shark Ray Alley

Manatee of Swallow Caye Wildlife Sanctuary

Red Footed Booby Birds of Half Moon Caye Natural Monument

The exquisite Atolls of Lighthouse Reef, Turneffe and Glovers Reef

Abundant marine life at Hol Chan Marine Reserve

Whale sharks off Gladden Spit

World Class Fishing off Punta Ycacos Lagoon

Snorkelling off the beach in South Water Marine Reserve